(Tea Party PAC) – If there’s one thing we’ve all learned about Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, it’s that she’s the kind of person who isn’t afraid to speak the truth, regardless of how brutal it is or whose feelings it hurts, a trait she shares with President Trump.
This plain way of speaking has landed her in hot water on previous occasions, but that doesn’t seem to have dampened the fire in her belly any, which is good, because we need more folks like that, individuals willing to stand up for the truth and fight back against the ruthless assaults of the left.
In her latest program, Pirro took aim at disgraced former FBI Director James Comey, stating that he’s now the most corrupt director in the bureau’s history, even worse than J. Edgar Hoover.
That’s really saying something, isn’t it?
Here’s more from Breitbart:
Fox News Channel host Jeanine Pirro issued a scathing criticism of the so-called “deep state” Saturday, during the “Opening Statement” segment of her program, “Justice.”
In that monologue, she also took aim at former FBI Director James Comey, who she declared the most corrupt FBI director in history, surpassing the infamous J. Edgar Hoover.
“[T]hey were willing to lie and cheat in a way that America has never witnessed before,” Pirro said. “It was an all-out effort by what was once the most-esteemed law enforcement agency in our country to take down the man 63 million Americans put in the Oval Office. Why? Because they think they know better than we do. Because in their sanctimonious, condescending world, we know nothing. Their arrogance is only surpassed by their ignorance.”
“They thought they could get away with it,” she continued. “They have not, and they will not. History will not look kindly on ‘Cardinal’ James Comey, who has now surpassed J. Edgar Hoover as the most corrupt director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations in history. And might I add — no one deserves this more.”
Others have made similar statements about Comey on Fox News:
Fox News legal and political analyst Gregg Jarrett asked a panel of defense lawyers and former federal prosecutors how ex-FBI Director James Comey will be remembered by history in the wake of the Justice Department Inspector General’s report on the FBIinvestigation into the Trump 2016 presidential campaign.
The answers weren’t good for the former FBI chief.
“Michael Goodwin, a columnist for The New York Post, wrote… J. Edgar Hoover can now rest peacefully because James Comey is now the most corrupt FBI director ever,” observed Jarrett on Fox Nation’s “Witch Hunt” on Tuesday.
“I think that that’s probably accurate,” said defense attorney Tim Parlatore, who represented retired Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, whose war crimes sentence was overturned after President Donald Trump intervened in his case.
“You don’t make mistakes when you’re doing an investigation of this magnitude,” said Parlatore, in reference to the 17 significant errors of omission in the FBI’s application to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
“We’re not talking about a single person made a mistake. A whole team. A whole team,” he continued. “They set it up so that there’d be redundancy. So there’d be supervision and supervision from the top. And so the ability to bypass all those safeguards to make mistakes is just not credible.”
Attorney General Bill Barr said the Horowitz report revealed “misconduct,” “malfeasance” and abuse of the federal government’s power to surveil its own citizens by top FBI officials.
Jarrett noted that Comey is taking a “victory lap,” going as far as appearing on CNN on Monday and accusing the attorney general of being corrupted himself by President Trump, and Comey repeated his claim that Trump is “eating his soul.”
Comey also tweeted on Monday after the release of the Horowitz report, writing “So it was all lies. No Treason. No spying on the campaign. No tapping Trumps wires. It was just good people trying to protect America.”
Parlatore said: “If you want to try and explain all of these things away as just mistakes and not evidence of bias — is James Comey admitting that they do this all the time to other cases that are not politically involved and that they make this level of mistakes and intentional misstatements?”
“Comey says there was no spying because he doesn’t define it by any logical definition,” said former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s attorney and former federal prosecutor, Sidney Powell. “But yes, they sent an agent into the presidential daily briefing… in August of 2016. And then that same agent went to interview General Flynn on January 24 when he had just arrived at the White House… and did it particularly to give that agent experience engaging Flynn, getting to know him and how he reacted to things. So, yes, they went in and spied on him.”
In conclusion, attorney and former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova said that he expects John Durham, the federal prosecutor appointed by Barr to run a criminal investigation into the origins of the Russia probe, to find much more than mistakes.
“I don’t think there’s any doubt that this was a systematic, planned effort to do what they had to do to get Donald Trump,” said diGenova. “They started out by getting Michael Flynn. He was the guy they were going to use to be the shoehorn. And of course, they expected him to cooperate, perhaps make things up… the truth is this investigation from its inception was not only ill-conceived. It was illegally conceived.”
James Comey is now learning the hard way that your actions have consequences. Was spying on Trump in order to be a highly favored lapdog of Hillary Clinton’s really worth the price he’s likely going to pay for this particular move? Only time will truly tell.
However, it’s clear that Comey was hoping that if Hillary won, what he did to stop Trump would be remembered and rewarded. This man is as self-serving as they come, and it shows big time.
Here’s to hoping that somehow, the truth is uncovered and Comey is brought to justice and held accountable for his decisions.